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Old Orchard I is the first homeowners association in the master planned community of Valencia, California.  “OOI” is comprised of 389 single family homes, a beautiful clubhouse facility, 25-yard swimming pool, and a summer swim team for OOI children.  It also features a paseo walkway that runs through the center of the neighborhood to the clubhouse/pool and to the elementary school.

"We looked all over Valencia for the right neighborhood to raise our family and were overwhelmed by the welcoming sense of community we found here in Old Orchard I."
~Kristin Ramirez (OOI Homeowner)
Our Community

Our Community

Old Orchard I is a mature neighborhood where members display pride of ownership in their homes and like to know their neighbors as friends.  OOI is within walking distance to award-winning schools such as Old Orchard Elementary, Placerita Jr. High, and Hart High School.  The newly revitalized Old Town Newhall with its premier Arts and Entertainment District, Newhall Public Library, and historic Hart Park is just a mile away. 

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Surrounding Activities

Valencia is part of the incorporated City of Santa Clarita and its beautifully maintained landscapes, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor, multiple golf courses, shopping, fine and casual dining, and the Valencia Town Center.  Paseos, bike paths, and local mountain trails provide unlimited opportunities for walking, biking, hiking, and running.  OOI is close to the 5 and 14 freeways yet it retains its small-town feel.  Come home to Old Orchard I – Valencia’s first and finest homeowners association.

Surround Activities
May 26, 2020 Update
 
We’re looking into reports that popped up Tuesday afternoon and evening that say HOA pools can reopen.  This is a bit of a shocker since it was only days ago that the LA County Board of Supervisors told residents they were targeting a July 4 “opening.”    
 
Opening our pool sounds great — no one wants to open the pool more than we do — but there’s more to it than just opening the gates.  
 
Before we can open, we will have a lot to do to cover safety and liability concerns. This will focus on guidelines to be put forth by the City, County, and State.  (Last week, some California counties were told they could open as long as they followed State guidelines. Trouble is, State orders said that NO pools could open.  Imagine the liability concerns of an HOA that tried to open in the face of that contradiction.)  
 
We hope to get some clarity in the coming days.  We will continue to consult with our attorney and seek specific guidance from health officials and our HOA organizations.  We will act based on the best interests of our members and our Association — and we will keep you posted as we make progress.
 
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PS: Here’s some chalk art from our paseo